Westchester Power Municipal Aggregation Issues RFI For New Power Supply Contract For ConEd Service Area
August 10, 2018 Email This Story Copyright 2010-17 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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New York municipal aggregation Westchester Power has issued a Request for Information to identify qualified electric suppliers for its upcoming September solicitation for power for customers in the portion of its service area with Consolidated Edison's territory.
As previously reported, the supply contract for Westchester Power municipalities in the ConEdison territory (roughly 85,000 customers) ends on December 31, 2018.
The purpose of this RFI is to identify the suppliers (ESCOs) that are willing and able to submit a bid and can reliably serve the Westchester Power aggregation under the guidelines set by the PSC and Sustainable Westchester.
The forthcoming RFP for supply will solicit for two product types, a standard grid supply that meets the NYS minimum renewable requirements for load serving entities, and a NY State qualified 100% renewable product.
The Westchester Power RFP will be seeking fixed rates that include energy, transmission, capacity, transmission and distribution losses, RPS charges, imbalances, load factor adjustments, congestion charges, ancillary services, and applicable taxes. No pass-throughs will be allowed.